Times are getting tougher for food delivery startups in India. Over the weekend, PepperTap—which has raised more than $50 million from backers including Sequoia Capital and SAIF Partners—announced
Tighten your belts, folks. It looks like 2016 will be a challenging year for India's venture capital-backed startups after a second of the country's fastest growing startups abandoned ambitious growth
PepperTap, a nine-month-old grocery delivery service in India, has closed its third round of investment this year after announcing a $36 million raise.
It’s been a good couple of months for grocery delivery startups in India, at least for funding. PepperTap announced today that it has raised a $10 million series A from SAIF Partners, as well as Seq
New startup PepperTap wants to become the Instacart of India. Armed with $1.2 million in seed funding from Sequoia Capital, PepperTap faces the challenge of India’s maximum retail price laws, which